We have several policies and regulations that guide the CBE’s board-wide work, including:
Governance policies, enabling the Board of Trustees to effectively lead, direct, inspire and control the outcomes and operations of the district
Administrative regulations, the set of rules, expectations, and guidelines identified by the Chief Superintendent that support and align the operation of the CBE
Results policies that set clear direction for student success
The CBE Education Plan guides our work and connects students and employees to our ultimate goal of student success. The plan aligns with Alberta Education's direction and focuses on four categories: personalize learning, build professional capital, steward our resources and engage our stakeholders.
Our school will provide information to parents/guardians regarding their child’s progress in school. We do not disclose information to other parties unless a specific request with signed authorization is made by a parent/guardian. There are some routine school-related activities where personal information is collected about students that may be disclosed. Examples of these might be displaying student work in hallways or publishing achievements on our school website.
The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act is intended to strike a balance between the public's right to know and the individual's right to privacy, as these rights relate to information held by the CBE.
Monday, May 29 is a system-wide non-instructional day so there are no classes for CBE students. It is also the provincial election day – don’t forget to vote! Have a safe long weekend. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/nihcInFUcL
RT @globalfestyyc: Last week, GlobalFest was a proud participant in the Bob Edwards Diversity and Peace Conference. With the theme of “Acceptance is our Superpower”, GlobalFest was able to host Virgin Radio Host Andrew Uyeno in a classroom discussion about what it means to be biracial. https://t.co/WLOrHlIvSg
Forest Lawn High School hosted the first-ever high school Esports Tournament - 8 schools competed in the popular game League of Legends, showcasing the excitement of competitive gaming and also highlighting the educational value and benefits it brings to students. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/bwFrVtuELs
RT @EdMattersYYC: Busy? Procrastinating? Over-thinking?
Remember, if you're a @yyCBEdu or @CCSD_edu student graduating this spring and applying for EducationMatters Student Awards, the application deadline is less than a week away!
Start and/or finish your application ASAP:
Congratulations! Thank you Brown Bagging It for all you do to help CBE students. #WeAreCBE #bb4ck https://t.co/N31R2ywXql